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The combats in Circle of Doom stay clear of the traditional RPG style, where damage marks/numbers are exchanged in turn with the occasional...
The combats in Circle of Doom stay clear of the traditional RPG style, where damage marks/numbers are exchanged in turn with the occasional display of fancy magic effects. Players have to actively engage in dynamic battle and create effective combos with various weapons to defeat the monsters. During the heated battle, everything in the environment can be destroyed and affect the movement of enemies.
Sometimes carving out a hole in the wall may lead to a new path or unearth valuable items. (Forget the barrels and chests cliche.) The heroes will find increasingly devastating and spectacular ways to purge the evil in the forms of new abilities and weapons, or even create their own arsenal by combining the existing ones.
Circle of Doom also delivers a complex and twisted story plot in a very different and new way. However, players are not forced to understand and follow the story. Even during a multiplayer game, one player's choice to stick with the plot will not slow the others from journeying onward.
- Action RPG based on Kingdom Under Fire universe.
- 4-player co-op mode via Xbox Live
- 6 unique characters who can wield 5-6 different types of weapons each.
- 50+ abilities, 60+ enhancements, and infinite combinations of weapon+ability+enhancement.
- 70+ monsters ranging from 3-foot Goblins to towering behemoths.
- What you see is what you can destroy.
- Innovative story delivery.
- Randomly generated dungeons.
Available on: Xbox360 XBOX360 Rank: 657 / 1,783 | Overall Rank: 5231 / 14,186
Kingdom Under Fire: Circle of Doom Destiny Awaits Trailer
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|Xbox Live "policy" slows KUFII (0)|
|Kingom Under Fire II is still in development for Xbox 360 but it has hit a large snag in the way of Microsoft's Xbox Live and it's "very strict" policy.
Game director Sang Youn-Lee says they've "completed the system," but now they're in deep talks over the "billing policy." They want to get changes.
|Posted: 27.10.2010 by Technet2k|
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